I. noun II. intransitive verb
see yakety-yak II

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  • yackety-yak — [“jgekadi”jaek] n. chatter; gossip. D No more yackety yak. □ That’s enough yackety yak. Quiet! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • yackety-yak — /yak i tee yak /, v.i., yackety yakked, yackety yakking, n. Slang. yak2. Also, yackety yack, yakety yak, yakity yak. [1945 50; appar. imit.] * * * …   Universalium

  • yackety-yak — 1. noun prolonged chatter; uninterrupted, idle talk; gossip Syn: gossip 2. verb To talk pointlessly and uninterruptedly …   Wiktionary

  • yackety-yak — noun & verb another term for yak2. Origin 1950s: imitative …   English new terms dictionary

  • yak — yak1 /yak/, n. 1. a large, stocky, shaggy haired wild ox, Bos grunniens, of the Tibetan highlands, having long, curved horns: endangered. 2. a domesticated variety of this animal. [1785 95; < Tibetan, sp. gyag] yak2 yakker, n. /yak/, v …   Universalium

  • yak — 1. noun /jæk/ a) An ox like mammal native to the Himalayas and Tibet with dark, long and silky hair a horse like tail and a full, bushy mane. b) A talk, particular an informal one such as chattering. See Also: yackety yak 2 …   Wiktionary

  • yak — v Slang. chatter, babble, gab, prattle, twaddle; gibble gabble, gibber, jabber, Sl. yackety yak, blather, palaver; spout off, shoot off one s mouth, Sl. flap one s gums, ramble on, talk on, go on and on, Sl. run off at the mouth …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • yackety-yack — yack•e•ty yack [[t]ˈyæk ɪ tiˈyæk[/t]] v. i. n. Slang. cvb sts yak II • Etymology: 1945–50; extended form of yak II, with ety as in clickety clack, etc …   From formal English to slang

  • yakety-yak — /jækəti ˈjæk/ (say yakuhtee yak) verb (i) (yakety yakked, yakety yakking) → yak2. Also, yackety yak. {reduplication of yak2} …  

  • yakety-yak — yak•e•ty yak or yackety yack [[t]ˈyæk ɪ tiˈyæk[/t]] v. i. yakked or yacked, yak•king or yack•ing, n. Slang. cvb sts yak II …   From formal English to slang

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